‘Clitoris Collector’ found guilty
Written by Keshia Jansen on November 6, 2017
Peter Frederiksen, nicknamed the ‘clitoris collector’, has been found guilty on most of the 38 charges against him.
According to News24, the Danish national appeared in the Bloemfontein High Court on Monday where he was found guilty of charges including the possession and production of child pornography, rape and conspiracy to commit murder.
He has pleaded not guilty to all of the charges.
Frederiksen has been acquitted on several charges including, the rape charge involving his late wife and the removal of the human tissue (clitorises) that had been discovered in his freezer at his home in Langenhovenpark, Bloemfontein.
News24 reports that the latter charge has been acquitted on the basis that the National Health Act fails to explicitly state that the removal of human tissue without the individual’s permission is illegal.
Frederiksen was arrested in September 2015 after police found the clitorises of nine women in his freezer.
Among the items seized from his home during a police warranted search were cameras, pictures, female panties in various sizes, plastic bags and foil packages containing hair, wine and champagne bottle corks.
The wine corks contained names and dates.
The human tissue was found in packages, most of which contained notes on paper.